Master in International Finance
This full time master program is taught entirely in English language. Its main objective is to have a deep understanding of how do international financial operations behave worldwide. In order to pursue this goal, the master degree is supported by two prestigious academic institutions: Wharton School and The London School of Economics and Political Science.
In this sense, faculty staff of both leading centers will collaborate with the IEB professors. Furthermore, the students will travel to Philadelphia and London to attend to specialized seminars.
Regarding the content of the program, students will analyze the fundamentals of finance, the main international corporate finance structures, the most important financial markets and how does the international payment system work and its implications in the banking sector.
Admission tests: october 30th and november 12th
All candidates to follow the Master in International Finance should present a duly filled in following form attaching a copy of their academic qualifications, a copy of their identity card or passport, 4 passport size photos and a brief CV.
All candidates will be requested to carry out written access tests to confirm their level of knowledge as well as personal interviews with members of the Admission Committee.
Duration, Calendar and Schedule
This program lasts 9 months from February to November, with a total of 800 lecture hours.
Classes are from Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m to 2 p.m. with the exception of those classes that take place during the academic stay at Wharton School and the London School of Economics.
A minimum attendance of 80% of the theoretical and practical classes is required unless justified and approved absence has been granted by the Master’s directorate.
Not complying with this attendance requirement means the qualification cannot be granted although the student might obtain an attendance certificate.
Students will also have the opportunity of attending, at no additional cost, one of the Specialization Programs given by the IEB during the autumn term, from Monday to Thursday in the afternoon.
Cost of Studies
The matriculation costs 35,000 euros also includes all the documentation, bibliography, access to installations and services of the IEB, as well as the travel to and stay in Wharton School (both in Philadelphia and the corresponding trips to New York) and to London School of Economics.
This payment can be made up front or in installments.
These should be made in the following manner:
- 11,000 euros once admission has been notified to reserve a place
- 6,000 euros between 1 and 15 February
- 6,000 euros between 1 and 15 April
- 6,000 euros between 1 and 15 June
- 6,000 euros between 1 and 15 August
Students who require it can benefit from financing through financial entities with which the IEB has special agreements.
Grants and aid have been programmed of which interested parties will be informed.